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Last night, Google dropped the first beta of the upcoming version of its mobile operating system – Android Q. While it’s just available for the Google Pixel (all generations) owners to try out, it’s packed with promising features – especially for photography enthusiasts. While it’s just available for Google Pixel (all generations) owners to try out, it’s packed with promising features – including a couple of interesting ones for photography enthusiasts.
Better options for portrait photos with new depth format
Starting with Android Q, app developers can access depth information – the XMP (a metadata standard for files) data containing depth information and depth and confidence data (map containing details of distance of objects from the camera lens) from supported
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